It’s set to be very chilly this bank holiday weekend.
Snow and hail is forecast with temperatures dropping to minus three overnight in places.
A dusting of snow is most likely on higher ground in Connact and Ulster.
Met Eireann’s Pat Clarke says a drop in temperature will be felt over the long weekend:
“It is the first real cold spell – in particular in contrast to last weekend – we had temperatures of 15 to 18 degrees -this weekend we’ll have temperatures more typically 6 to 10 degrees by day and then it’s going to be very cold at night too. As the weekend goes on we’ll have frost and icy patches on roads…